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I spent the afternoon at the Antique Machinery Field Day. It was a dull, sometimes drizzly afternoon, great for photography but perhaps less pleasant for the participants.
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Massey Ferguson. The standard post-war farm do-it-all engine.
A rare Moline ‘Universal’ tractor from 1919.
Belt-driven threshing machine. The belt is turned by a steam engine sitting behind it. This particular threshing machine was built in 1881.
Belt-driven chaff cutter.
Belt-driven saw, in this case driven by a steam engine.